This week GT’s Radar takes aim at Netflix’s three-part doco MH370: The Plane That Disappeared which aired last week around the globe.
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In the words of one relative, who lost his wife on MH370, the doco is “pointless and irresponsible.”
AirlineRatings.com Founder and Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas said he was appalled by the documentary which focuses mainly on two conspiracy theories, for which there is not one shred of evidence.
Key people in the search for MH370 such as Richard Godfrey refused to take part. Mr Godfrey’s work on refining WSPR technology offers the very best chance of finding MH370. You can read about Mr Godfrey’s work here.
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